CSULB Green Classes Launch in May

by Robin Yeager on 05/03/2010

in Green Building, Green Education/Training

Hard to believe it’s been a year since I took the Green and Sustainable Building Certificate class at CSU Long Beach. I thought it was terrific as I reported here last year. The 8-week course attracts a diverse student group and focuses on a systems approach to green building. Next course begins May 12th.

CSULB’s College of Continuing and Professional Education also is offering a Sustainability Core Concepts class, beginning May 6th and a class in Green and Sustainable Practices for the Homeowner later this month.

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